Re: mdutils: invalid argument on activation
I found the error I made!
I simply configured Raid0 and linear as modules (but not md
itself). The activation is done early in the boot up process, so that
kerneld is not running. As I didn´t add them to /etc/modules, the
mdadd command is not able to complete. When switching to multiuser
mode, kerneld is started, and the modules are inserted automatically.
adding "raid0" to /etc/modules resolved my problem.
I now recompiled my kerenl with raid0 and linear as module.
Joey: I will send you a README.Debian, which states this pitfall.
Are really both init.d scripts necessary?
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